Data from: Water level fluctuations and metapopulation dynamics as drivers of genetic diversity in populations of three Tanganyikan cichlid fish species

 

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Title V. moorii mtDNA Dloops
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Description Sequences of V. morii, from all localities. Sequence names match isolate names in supplementary table S1.
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Title Tropheus sp. mtDNA Dloops
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Description Sequences of Tropheus sp. from all localities. Sequence names match isolate names in supplementary table S1.
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Title E. cyanostictus mtDNA Dloops
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Description Sequences of E. cyanostictus, from all localities. Sequence names match isolate names in supplementary table S1.
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Nevado B, Mautner S, Sturmbauer C, Verheyen E (2013) Water level fluctuations and metapopulation dynamics as drivers of genetic diversity in populations of three Tanganyikan cichlid fish species. Molecular Ecology 22(15): 3933-3948. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/mec.12374

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Nevado B, Mautner S, Sturmbauer C, Verheyen E (2013) Data from: Water level fluctuations and metapopulation dynamics as drivers of genetic diversity in populations of three Tanganyikan cichlid fish species. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.m2661
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